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Military veteran Corey Thompson, 36, told KDRV-TV that the wanted felon was trying to beak into his home via the back door. Defending his property, Thompson said he warned the criminal that he was armed and he was giving him his one and only warning shot.
“This is the end result. You break into someone’s house, there’s consequences,” Thompson said. Wielding his AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, the veteran made good on his threat and fired one warning shot. The bullet did not strike the suspect or anyone else.
1. They dont want you to be able to protect yourselves. Even when its done RESPONSIBLY.
2. They want you to be a helpless victim dependent on the State even if your life is in danger.
Originally posted by antiobama
Its almost better to just let him get in and waste him, stab his lungs so they do not inflate, wrap chain around him, attach blocks, leave at night, toss over bridge. That way you don't go to jail. I imagine it is easier then we think to dispose of a body and not get caught. IMO it just takes calmness, balls and patience. But people usually get scared and make mistakes.
So do you dispose of the body and not call the cops or to you risk being thrown in jail and all your guns confiscated.
Sad Sad Sad world we live in.
The home owner was awarded a medal, correct? Treated like a hero? NO. He was arrested, had his firearm confiscated and faces criminal charges...
(from the link in the OP)
However, police later determined he wasn’t justified in firing his weapon. Medford Police Lt. Mike Budreau said “there was nothing that the suspect was doing that was aggressive enough to justify the shooting.”
Originally posted by defcon5
edit on 5/30/2013 by defcon5 because: (no reason given)